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, cate caugiran, cbs 5, live in san francisco. >>> a suspect in a double murder in sacramento is now in police custody. gunfire ran out on second street in old sacramento last night. police say before the shooting, there was an argument and then a fight. a bar patron and employee were killed and three other people were wounded. we'll have a live report from sacramento coming up at 6:15. >>> so what's open and what's closed on this new year's holiday? most federal, state, county and city offices are all shut down today including the post office. no mail today. banks are closed, as well. and in san francisco, if you are driving into the city today, you can leave your change at home because parking is free. that doesn't happen a lot. >> you always have to carry around a huge slew of quarters in the city. >> if you can find a spot. >> if you don't freeze to death. it was a chilly start but i guess 2013 off to not a bad start. >>> dry around the bay area, looks like it's going to stay that way for the foreseeable future. out the door, temperatures still chilly in some of the valleys movin
of in sacramento. he also was in a tugboat when it ran aground in the inner richmond harbor. we haven't gotten results of drug tests but he tested negative for alcohol. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> a man suspected of setting his girlfriend on fire in san francisco now under arrest this morning. we are told 22-year-old dexter oliver will be charged with attempted murder and arson. the 25-year-old victim is still in the hospital with life- threatening burns. >>> mountain view police say modern dna technology has led to an arrest in a 1985 murder case. it was 28 years ago this month the body of 21 zabba engineer may was found in a dumpster behind a safeway grocery store. police arrested 53-year-old daniel garcia on friday of fresno on suspicion of murder. recent tests matched his dna to skin fragments under the victim's finger nailed. search for victims of the "speed freak" killer is taking new turns. victims will be searched for again. the fbi is focusing on a 50- foot well not too far from where 1,000 bones were found. >> this well site is 50 feet deep. as i sai
will have a balanced budget if you pass the tax increase. >> we were in sacramento on monday when the legislature all got back together, a lot of new members up there. you couldn't recognize half of them. but there's also -- i already saw the lobbyists in the halls and there's going to be a pushback to start spending money again after the years of drought and that is going to be a challenge for you folks up there. >> it certainly will be a challenge and i think the governor has resolved not to do that. he said it a number of times in his budget statement on thursday but there will be testing and some legislators will try to test the resolve of the governor by bringing forth proposals and some of them it's hard to say "no" especially with the 2/3 of the legislature democrats and i think some proposals will go through i believe and i have confidence that the governor will veto it at the end of the day. >> time for one last question. what do you see as the biggest fight this session in sacramento? >> well, the biggest fight last year was pension
of the love story for a couple in sacramento county. a fan proposed to his girlfriend of three years at a game this season right after the team's first touchdown. >> he asked me, and i was like i just cried. got emotional. it was awesome. something i'll never forget. >> by the way, the woman used to be a cowboys fan. her fiance says if she roots for dallas ever again, it's a deal breaker. >> ouch. >>> ready for that big splurge before the big game? the three things you need to know about buying a t.v. for your super bowl party. including the best t.v. for watching football. next. >> good evening to you. meteorologist paul dienno with the cbs 5 mobile weather lab. temperature in walnut creek 50.3 degrees. why that will change. rainfall again zero. why that will change, in the forecast. >>> did the raiders head coach sabotage their last super bowl? i'm dennis owe donald. the stunning claim from a former star receiver, coming up. you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have the wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse
cargo ship in sacramento. he also crashed a 600-foot cargo ship into a catwalk in stockton. and two years ago, he was at fault when a tugboat ran aground in the richmond inner harbor. now, back out live you can see that boat right here. we do know we want to make note that that pilot did test negative for alcohol. the coast guard says preliminary findings show it was probably human error. i understand that this investigation is expected to take several days so it will be a while before we have a cause of the crash. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> new this morning a gas station clerk in antioch depends off several robbers. this happened at a shell station at lone tree way and country hills drive. the clerk says three men came in and attacked him. he says he fought them off singlehandedly although they got away with a few cases of beer. we have a crew heading to the scene and will bring you an update shortly. >>> also new this morning a federal court has dismissed a lawsuit stemming from a beating outside dodger stadium in los angeles. the plaintiff gio
of pilot commissioners in, 2009, kleess ran aground a 550-foot cargo ship in sacramento that same year crashing a 600-foot cargo ship into a catwalk in stockton. and in 2010, he was at fault when a tugboat ran aground in the richmond harbor. the board chief says these incidents are minor and the pilot is held in high regard. as far as the vessel, that will stay there until they determine the next steps in the investigation and the whole process could take months. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> governor jerry brown is challenging a court order to reduce the state's prison population. he announced he filed a motion to overturn the june deadline. he says further reductions in prison populations would endanger the public. the governor says that state has a plan for early release but doesn't like it. >> rereleasing prisoners of serious dangerous crimes is not what the people of california have expressed through initiative through their legislative representatives. >> brown says the problems with the prison healthcare system have been solved making the court or
his ship grounded in the sacramento river. two days later he damaged a dock at the port of stockton. and in may 2010 he was supervising a trainee on a tugboat that hit the richmond harbor -- hit the bottom, rather, in the richmond harbor. that was out of about 1100 trips he made throughout his career. >> i don't think you can go through a career without having some interaction with the bottom or other vests else. >> reporter: captain kleess passed an alcohol test. we are waiting for word on his drug test. he is on paid leave as the investigation. we don't know how long the ship will stay in the bay. live on treasure island, anne makovec cbs 5. >> an east bay man met his match and maker during an attempted burglary at an apartment complex in pittsburg. a man killed the burglar in his home. police spent 12 hours processing the crime scene. it started around 10:30 yesterday morning. a 29-year-old man heard somebody at the front door trying to get in. so he went for his weapon. >> reached back to his bedroom and reached for a loaded fir
, have excellent water pressure! the sacramento kings will become the new seattle supersonics. >>> it's 6:24, new reports this morning that the sacramento kings will become the new seattle super sonics sources familiar with the decision tell the ap that the ma loof family is selling the entire stake in the team to a seattle investment deal. >>> and a great weekend for bay area sports fans and a local surfer is victorious at mavericks. they went head to head at half- moon bay. viewing was restricted to a hotel parking lot after authorities closed the beach and bluffs because of safety concerns. but thanks to a camera, the 30,000 spectators got close up experience and it was great. >> when they put it up a few minutes ago, i heard the people. it's freaky. and it's t just show es -- shows the awe f of how big it is. the winner, 43-year-old peter mel. and followed by zach and grant long coming in third. >>> surfing is back. so is hockey. >> that's right. if the sharks opening game performance is any indication of the entire season, it was worth the wait.
. >>> gunfire hit five people in old sacramento killing two. about 40,000 people were gathered for a fireworks show when the shots rang out in front of a restaurant on second street. the sports corner cafe. police say there was a fight at the restaurant just before the shooting. >> at first when i heard the bullets, everything was flying down there and going into stores to hide and i immediately went out because i wanted to see what the action was and then i seen the officer jump off his horse. the horse kept going. the officer just did not have no fear. he just took that guy down. >> sacramento mayor kevin johnson says that there's still no indication of any outstanding suspects. police canceled that midnight fireworks show because of it. >>> so what's open and what's closed on this new year's holiday? most federal, state, couldn't and city offices are all closed down today. that includes the post office and there's no mail delivery. banks are closed too. and in san francisco, you don't have to feed the parking meters today because it's a holiday. but the rest of the year i got news for you b
that the kings future in sacramento seemed secure after a deal for a new downtown arena became a reality. >> it's been a long time, 13 years as you know. [ crying ] >> give me a minute. >> oh, stop. it looks like checkmate for the kings in sacramento. the maloof family backed out despite all the tears. sacramento has no more options left. the yahoo sports reporting that the family is in the final phase of signing a $500 million deal with the seattle-based ownership group that would move the team to the northwest. according to the reports, the team would move after the current season is over and become the seattle supersonics. sacramento mayor kevin johnson says it's not over but seattle's mayor sounded giddy at a news conference. >> i know as much of you do about the sonics. [ laughter ] >> i just want you to know that. whatever you're reading in the papers or on twitter i am reading too. it's a true ain't it cool? >>> redskins phenom quarterback robert griffin the third had surgery late last night to repair the acl and lca ligaments in his knee. t
sacramento area. about 40,000 people were gathered for a fireworks show when shots rang out on second street. police say there was a fight at a cafe just before the shooting. >> at first when i heard the bullets, everybody was running into the stores to hide and i immediately went out because i wanted to see what the action was. and then i seen the officer jump off has horse. the horse kept going. and the officer just did not have no fear. he just took that guy down. >> mayor kevin johnson says there's no indication of any outstanding suspects and police canceled a midnight fireworks show because of it. >>> 4:35 now. here's a check of some of the holiday closures here in the bay area. most federal, state, county and city offices closed new years day including the post office and there is no mail delivery today. banks are closed. and here in san francisco, you don't have to feed the meters. >> considering how many people are out they may as well be closed. >> it's crazy. >>> thousands of people have been waiting in the cold down in pasadena as well to secure a good spot -- [ laughter ] >> ar
happened. >>> new year's eve violence also erupted in sacramento. about 40,000 people were gathered for a fireworks show when gunshots rang out in front of a restaurant on 2nd street. a bar patron and an employee were killed and three other people were wounded. >> at first, when i heard the bullets, everybody was flying into the stores to hide and i immediately went out, because i wanted just to see what the action was. and then i seen the officer jump off his horse. the horse kept going and the officer just did not have no fear. he just took that guy down. >> a 22-year-old man is now in police custody. >>> the shooting forced the cancellation of the midnight fireworks show. sacramento residents instead awoke to the booming sound of pyrotechnics at about 8:00 in the morning. the city decided to launch the remnants of the new year's show because they said the fireworks were just too dangerous to disarm. >>> bitter cold coming, the health hazard that the freezing temperatures will bring. >> and getting your fiscal house in order for the new year. some consumerwatch tips just ahead. ,,
in three incidents. they were all very minor incidents. in the sacramento river he briefly brushed the bank. could happen to any river pilot. >> reporter: on august 27th, 2009, kleess was piloting a 560- foot bulk carrier the sh grace up the sacramento river and brushed against the bank. the state found no pilot error. two days later he was guiding a 609-foot ship into the port of stockton. it appears an underwater portion of the bow made contact with an underwater portion of a wooden pylon and damaged the catwalk. then on may 26, 2010, captain kleess was on another ship going into the richmond inner harbor, a trainee doing the work and kleess was supervising when a tugboat hit bottom and scraped some paint off the bottom of the tug.
the folks in sacramento would argue we first need a foundation to build upon and for that, they need washington to make a deal hopefully tonight. >> we'll see what happens. thank you, ann. >>> again, the u.s. house of representatives is set to vote tonight to avoid the "fiscal cliff." we'll follow the developments in the washington over the next hour and have a live report from the capital coming up at 6:30. >>> a developing story in marin county where once again somebody has been pulled to their deaths by an unexpected wave. a man, his wife and their dog were walking along the great beach at point reyes this afternoon when they got into serious trouble. witnesses say a huge wave knocked the woman into the surf. bystanders were able to rescue her without injury but the trouble wasn't over. the couple's dog was still in the water and that's when the husband tried to help. kcbs reporter todd smoot was at the great beach and described what happened. >> the rescuer went into his knees, grabbed the woman. she was on her back. he said she was completely soaked and couldn't get up. and he a
an id. >> what we have seen if the local level in california is that cities like sacramento and los angeles have done local recordkeeping ordnances on ammunition and when they looked at the records, convicted criminals were walking into shops buying ammunition no questions asked. that's a serious public safety issue that needs to be addressed in california. >> there's no id check for bullets. people who sell bullets don't have to be licensed. so we need reasonable safeguards. >> reporter: assemblywoman nancy skinner is introducing a companion bill. it would require the state to maintain records in order to track people who buy ammunition. she believes that will keep ammunition out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill. her bill would also alert law enforcement if someone buys a large amount and be able to trace it if a crime does take place. >> we can have a registry and that way, it's those prohibited persons who are prohibited now from buying a weapon somehow have a weapon they bought illegally and then they are buying bullets, law enf
system. a uc spokesman tells the "sacramento bee" they are excited about the proposal. >>> another cold, cold, cold, cold, cold, cold night here in the bay area. [ laughter ] >> brian hackney -- >> what was it? >> -- has more on the cold freeze warning in effect. brian. >> that's enough of those four- letter words. [ laughter ] >> actually at this hour things are a tiny bit warmer. 45 at concord, oakland 50, livermore 45. it was 43 last night at this time. so it's still going to get cold. freeze warnings are posted for all bay area valleys up in the north bay and down through santa clara county. temperatures will get as low as 26 tonight. so be sure to protect plants, pets. but in the extended forecast, it looks as if after the -- the big chill is going to ease up with that low pressure dome heading into the inner mountain region, high pressure building over the west coast. that's good news ahead for us. we'll have it all when we cover the weather forecast in a few minutes. >> thank you. >>> [ indiscernible ] my brother. >> he came to the b
. numbers for today, plan on 50s in toward the sacramento valley. about 54 in fresno. 57 degrees into monterey bay. our skies just a couple of passing high clouds. otherwise, we are looking good. and then again it looks like another cold start to the morning early on tomorrow morning before we have some more sunshine and warmer weather coming our way. temperatures expected to be in the 50s in the south bay today as high as 56 in san jose. 55 in palo alto. and 56 in redwood city. mainly into the 50s in the east bay, as well. then you could see some upper 50s in the north bay as high as 58 in santa rosa and 56 in san leandro. next couple of days, we are going to see a lot of sunshine, in fact how about some mid-60s as we get in toward the middle of the week? well, rounding out the end of the week no rain at least right through the weekend. sunny and dry and very spring- like. still a little chilly in the morning but this is probably the last real cold morning today. it's chilly out there. >> good. i need to get my kids to the park. >> need a ni
number 521 which travels between sacramento and davis running about 30 minutes late this morning. so give yourself some extra time. 880 the nimitz approaching and passing the coliseum is moving along just fine. no accidents so far for 880. very light traffic over at the san mateo bridge. here's lawrence with a look at the forecast. >> all right. liza, we have a couple of clouds outside right now. looks like a few more clouds on the way throughout the morning hours. then by the time we get to the afternoon a lot of sunshine as high pressure builds in. still breezy in spots especially at the coastline. temperatures not as cold because of the cloud cover some 30s and 40s. as we head toward the afternoon we should satisfy some sunshine and just a few passing clouds and 50s and 60s for highs. so yeah, looks like this low is finally kicking eastward. a cool weekend but that low is shifting moving toward the east. high pressure going to be building in. that is really going to warm up the temperatures very nicely. going to be mild today and then i think
. >>> and two people are dead and a man is under arrest after a new year's eve shooting in old sacramento. police say an argument turned into a fight inside a bar at 2nd and "k" streets last night. an employee at the bar went in to break it up and that's when the suspect allegedly pulled out a gun and started firing. the employee and another man were hit multiple times and died. a woman and security guard were also wounded. >> some gunshots and unclear at first if they were real or not. we kind of stood in the street and when we saw people running out of the building, i dodged under some stairs. and when the second round of shots started, i saw the gunman come out of the building with his gun still pointed into the building. >> that shooting happened as thousands of people were gathering in the area for a new year's celebration. the midnight fireworks show was canceled after the shooting. >>> it was a violent way to end the new year at a couple of tourist spots here in san francisco. police tell us that a person was shot in the hand at fisherman's wharf near jefferson and mason. police se
. >> reporter: breaking news out of sacramento tonight, five people have been shot at a new year's eve celebration along the river front. at least two have died. about 40,000 people were gathered for a fireworks show. so far there's no word on what triggered the shooting and there have been no arrests. police cancelled the midnight fireworks show that was scheduled tonight. >> an exciting and unexpected end to 2012 at international airport after a man hopped a fence and took off across the tarmac. it happened just before 8:00 tonight the man actually made it across two runways. and was headed for the terminal before police caught up with him. police do say that he suffered from a mental illness. >>> tens of thousands of the partiest are streaming in ready to ring in the new year. allysa harrington are in the embarcadero. >> it is a clear night, perfect for that fireworks show that starts right at the strike of midnight. >> new year. >> wild wigs, wacky glasses, champane. it's new year's eve with thousands ringing in 2013 in san francisco on this clear and chilly night. >> it's pretty c
that the senate just passed. sharon chin, cbs 5 eyewitness news. >>> breaking news out of sacramento tonight. five people have been shot at a new year's eve celebration along the riverfront. at least two have died. about 40,000 people were gathered for a fireworks show when the shots rang out in front of a bar on second street. so far, no word on what triggered the shooting, and there have been no arrests. police cancelled the midnight fireworks show that was scheduled tonight. >>> and exciting and unexpected. a man hopped a fence and took off across the tarmac. the man actually made it across two runways and was headed for the terminal before police finally caught up with him. it's unclear exactly what his intent was. but police say he suffers from a mental illness. >>> tens of thousands of partiers are streaming into san francisco, ready to ring in the new year. elissa harrington is at the embarcadero with a behind-the- scenes look at the biggest party in town. >> reporter: well, it is a clear night, perfect for that fireworks show that starts right at the stroke of midnight. >> woo! >> reporter
is a state filled with special interests. everybody has lobbyist in sacramento. many laws are made because special interest groups promote them. >> reporter: permits testing of autonomous vehicles, cars that drive themselves. as long as a licensed human driver remains behind the wheel. google wants to be able to give such spearmintal cars to its employees. siri, text my wife to say i'll be late for dinner. allows drivers to dictate, send or listen to text messages with a hands free device. maybe late for dinner because you'll be shooting your gun. assembly bill 1517 prohibits carrying unloaded rifles on city streets unless you're on your way to go hunting. mike sugerman, cbs 5. >> there's nobody like mike. >> no, there isn't. and today nobody like stanford. >> what could a rose bowl win do? it could make rock stars out of stanford football players and bring a head coach on the ,,,, >>> maybe some of these stanford players maybe as kids pretended to win the rose bowl while running around the playground. that fantasy has been replaced by a rose bowl trophy at the expense of wisconsin. 93,359
. >>> there is a renewed push in sacramento to close a loophole in state gun law. senator yee introduced legislation to ban the bullet button on so called weapons. the device allow it is typical bullet to be used to quickly release and replace the magazine on high powered rifles. >>> san francisco police want to know if you have seen that man. they believe he tried to rape a woman in the mission last weekend. he is described as asian or hispanic, 25 years old, about 5'10", a woman says she was walking home from dinner with friends about 3:00 a.m., when a stranger lunged at her, threw her to the pavement and straddled her. she was able to free herself and scream for help that suspect is still on the loose tonight. >>> if you haven't gotten it yet you probably know some pod diwho has. -- some body who has. the flu. so far california hasn't been hit as hard as the rest of the country but doctors say that could soon change. as kiet do found out the best way to protect yourself is in short supply. >> reporter: despite signs baekenning customers inside, nearly -- bec
. today, partly sunny skies being replaced. tomorrow, full-on sunshine. 51 degrees in sacramento. 48 degrees fresno. 27 degrees in tahoe after this morning starting off 9 below zero. tonight, 10 below zero. 51 degrees at monterey bay, through pebble beach. tomorrow's daytime highs, 40s and 50s. the temp range, only about 47 degrees in hayward to 53 degrees in santa rosa. meanwhile, check out your seven- day forecast. again, a couple of degrees cooler tomorrow night, overnight. so another frosty start for monday morning. then the temperatures begin to moderate ever so slightly, until hurray! we finally see 60s, which is seasonal by thursday towards the tail end of the work week. but i have to remind you, one thing we will all notice, probably by monday and tuesday we'll start to see that stagg instant air quality. >> okay. >> i bet you we do have spare the air days going into effect. keep that in mind. >> appreciate the heads-up. >>> dennis is here. couple football games going on, huh? >> oh, yeah, matter of fact, there are one or two going on ri
the state the lowest average price is in sacramento at $3.46. the highest believed it or not in bakersfield where it's $3.65. >>> be glad you aren't breathing the air in beijing today. china is battling dangerous levels of air pollution. the u.s. embassy in beijing is recording pollution levels exceeding even the worst category on the air quality index. last night it scored 755 out of 500. the city is expected to stay clouded in smog until winds pick up on wednesday. last year smog and hazed forced cancellation of almost 700 flights at the airport in beijing. >>> today, unexpectedly heavy snow in japan paralyzed public transit and caused serious car crashes. about 3" of snow fell in the tokyo area and more than 15" about 50 meals west of the city. japanese tv network says more than 250 people were injured in road accidents. hundreds of domestic flights canceled and some train lines altered, as well. >> you think of japan, you don't think of snow. >> that's what it would look like here if there was snow in san francisco. >> i
jose goal from the point. all in the first period. the sharks win 6-3. >>> sacramento mayor kevin johnson will do anything to keep his kings from moving to seattle. here's the top five. >> i want to say this for the folks in seattle. they do deserve an nba team at some point. just not ours. >> four. match in straight sets. however, this serve goes 10 ropes rope rows into the seats. >> what goes up must come down. 76er nick young learns it the hard way. >>> serena williams lost more than her composure. sloan stevens beat serena at australian open. it was the first loss serena had since august 17th. >> how many messages did you have within five minutes of beating serena? >> 145 now. hopefully they don't keep coming. i hope to have a lot more twitter followers too. >> sloan twitter is her handle. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong, i don't wanna be right ♪ [ abrupt record scratch, music stops ] what!? it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, 100% whole
. as we look around, a good travel day, nice day to get in the monterey bay. 62 in sacramento. and looks like keeping those skies nice and clear around the bay area. a couple of high clouds late in the evening and that's about it. looking like a nice clear day all the way to the beaches and the temperatures going to warm up nicely. 67 degrees in morgan hill. 66 in mountain view. and 63 in half-moon bay. 60s toward much of the east bay. 5 bay -- 65 in oakland. on wednesday there's a chance of showers. looks like things could get unsettled right in the next weekend. >>> thank you, lawrence and on this mlk day, traffic is nice and light. crosses the san mateo bridge, helding towards foster city and the peninsula out of hayward only a 13 minute drive are. westbound and eastbound moving at the limit. otherwise a live look at the nimitz. 880 near the oakland coliseum, 66 we have traffic camera there and northbound and southbound nice and quiet between downtown oakland and hayward. and other live traffic cameras, we are getting word of it this
, this is the 49'ers man cave taking up part of matt's home in the sacramento suburb of roseville. it's got all the trappings, 49'ers pool table, signs and even pieces of candlestick park. >> they mean a lot, especially since the stadium has one more season left and they are gone. anything from the stadium will be destroyed or thrown away. >> he got a lot of mementos when he worked at the park. >> a true fan. >> with an understanding wife. >> we'll have coverage, michelle griego and mike sugarman on the road as well. >> i hope to find a lot of 49'ers fans. i'm leaving this weekend. we'll see how it goes. >>> 4:50. colin kaepernick's tattoos are the talk of fans. >> up next meet the man behind the art that covers that quarterback's arms. >>> a bay area civil rights activist went to the president's second inauguration, why his wife says it was important to be there, even if he may not be able to remember it. how big a 49ers fan jwwñ >>> enjoy one last day of hazy sunshine, and a few high clouds. we've got storm clouds gathering off the coastline. we'll t
have a meeting on thursday with the state lands commission in sacramento. in redwood city, cbs 5. >> tonight, barbara walterss is hospitalized after a nasty fall at a washington, d.c. party. the veteran news woman was at the british ambassadors residents when she fell cutting her head. she was admitted to the hospital as a precaution, walters, who is 83, reportedly was telling the staff to do, an aid says that is a good sign. we'll be right back.
, then lost them in a sacramento suburb. we'll read a few, coming up. of great 49ers quarterbacks to grace . >>> well, colin kaepernick joins the long list of great 49ers quarterbacks to grace the cover of sports illustrated. steve young, by the way, was ait five times. joe montana, 13 times. steve spurrier and john brody have also been on it. one year ago, it was alex smith right before the niners lost the nfc championship game to the giants. >>> so what are the odds kaepernick leads us to victory again this weekend? here's what vegas is saying about the four teams still left in the super bowl hunt. patriots are your favorite to win it at 6 to 5. niners at number 2 at 2 to 1. falcons and ravens coming up 6 to 1 and 7 to 1. >>> the odds of getting a great meal with tony's advice are extremely high today. >> today for tony's table, beautiful embarcadero, beautiful lamar restaurant. let's go in. >> we are marinating in vinegar, soy sauce. >> white vinegar and oyster sauce. marinate this about 15, 20 minutes. some of the flavor gets in there and then?
today. clear in the central valley. 50s into sacramento and also into fresno. the high country of course just a ton of snow up there. 38 degrees in lake tahoe, 42 degrees in yosemite, 54 in redding for the high. i think we're looking good around the bay area this afternoon. lots of sunshine about 57 degrees fairly comfortable into san jose. east bay temperatures a little cooler. plan on highs about 50 in antioch, 50 fairfield and about 52 degrees in pleasant hill. inside the bay mid-50s into oakland. about 53 degrees in san francisco. 56 degrees in santa rosa. next couple of days other than a couple of passing clouds lots of sunshine in the afternoon. some chilly mornings then a slide chance we could see some showers as we head in toward late saturday night into sunday. monday and tuesday back to some dry weather. >>> opportunities in newtown, connecticut are getting a tour of their new campus today. tomorrow will be the first day back to school since a gunman killed 20 students and six adults at sandy hook elementary school. students are getting a tour today. classes will be held a few
's a first-of-its-kind in the state. a modesto man is suing three sacramento smoke shops. ben sosenko says the man wasn't warned how sick he could get from using something called a whippet. >> actualone point that we had to and out for clergy. >> reporter: jason says he barely survived. now he uses a walker and at times has trouble speaking. he says it's all because he inhaled nitrous oxide. >> i had had it many times at the dentist's office. >> reporter: he thought the nitrous oxide was safe and is now suing three local smoke shops the places he bought the recreational drug commonly known as whip-it claiming they didn't warn him about the danger. >> the only interaction was which ones were more expensive than others and which ones had are more pure nitrous oxide. >> reporter: his attorney provided us this interview she recorded with the man saying he didn't feel well enough to go on camera with us. she says the lawsuit is the first of its kind in california. a civil suit claiming improper warnings on packaging for nitrous oxide and other designer drugs. and she says the suit isn't about t
minor, back in august of 2009 his ship grounding in the sacramento river. two days later, he damaged a dock at the port of stockton. then in may of 2010 he was supervisor every supervising a trainee on a tugboat that hit bottom in richmond's harbor but that was out of more than 1100 trips the captain has piloted. >> i don't think you can go through a career without having some interaction with the bottom or other vessels. >> reporter: captain kleess did pass an alcohol test. we are still waiting for word on a drug test. in the meantime, he is on paid administrative leave. no word on how long that ship is going to remain here in our bay. live on treasure island, anne makovec, cbs 5. >> 5:31 now. this morning a reward will be announced for the return of a very valuable artifact that was stolen from the oakland museum. police say a thief broke into the museum on monday and took off with a historic gold box worth more than $800,000. oakland police and the mayor jean quan will join museum officials to announce the reward this morning at 9:30. this is th
in 2009 kleess ran aground a 550-foot cargo ship in sacramento. that same year he crashed a 600- foot cargo ship into a catwalk in stockton. and in 2010, he was at fault when a tugboat ran aground in the richmond inner harbor. that pilot tested negative for alcohol. the coast guard says preliminary findings at this point show that the cause was probably human error. the investigation is expected to go on over the next few days so it could be a while before we know what happened. reporting live in treasure island, cate caugiran, cbs 5 >>> a man accused of setting his girlfriend on fire over the weekend in san francisco now under arrest. 22-year-old dexter oliver will be charged with attempted murder and arson for sunday's attack in the bayview. oliver was arrested yesterday at an oakland hotel. the victim, 25-year-old starr lamar still in the hospital with life-threatening burns. >>> dna technology has prompted an arrest in a 28-year-old mountain view murder case. it was january of 1985 when the body of 21-year-old saba girm april. was found in a du
in lake tahoe, 45 yosemite and 57 degrees in the sacramento valley. looks like our futurecast model is keeping things nice and clear. you have that huge dome of high pressure overhead no fog to speak of. we may see a couple of patches of fog return to the coastline toward the weekend but in the meantime, nice and clear for today. sunny and bright and really some nice temperatures to go along with that likely to see some 60s beginning to pop up in the south bay. 61 degrees in san jose. about 60 in sunnyvale and about 61 degrees in redwood city. temperatures a little bit cooler into the east bay but not bad. mostly sunny all day long. inside the bay sunny 60 in oakland, 62 santa rosa, 57 mill valley. so looking out over the next few days, it looks like a return to some spring-like conditions outside. mid-60s maybe even a little warmer on friday and into saturday. looks like the temperatures may begin to col down just a little bit as we head in toward the beginning of the next week. next week we start to talk about rain but for at least the next f
. >>> with temperatures in the 20s in the sacramento area, plumbers were getting lots of calls about frozen pipes, ah this is not good. one man made sure a way to cover his plants but had a pipe break nonetheless spewing water and insulation all over his living room. others found their swimming pools frozen. not good. in southern california overnight temperatures dipping down into the 30s in fontana. that's in san bernardino county for all you people who live up here. it's not just cold, it's windy down there. the strong gust toppling trash cans blowing christmas trees on the roads there. not good. >>> it's been one month since the sandy hook elementary school massacre. and today parents of the victims marked the somber milestone with a promise to try to prevent similar tragedies. together with the newtown community, they have launched a nonprofit called "sandy hook promise." they will be part charity and part think tank aimed at finding ways to stop gun violence in schools. it also calls on lawmakers to hold open-minded discussions about mental health, school
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for the test to qualify for the state competition in sacramento. >> this year it was multiple choice. there were 35 questions about states and you had two answers to pick from. >> a lot to learn whether it's spelling or geography or -- he election a challenge. he's always looking for a challenge. >> reporter: so i challenged alex to a quick geography quiz. >> the capital of mississippi is jefferson -- wait, no, jackson. >> reporter: he got a couple wrong but then found his stride. what is the term for part of an ocean or sea that cuts far into the bordering land mass and may contain one or more bays? >> gulf. >> reporter: alex also a city spelling bee champ credits cooper elementary for his success. >> they present it in a fun way to where you're not really disliking it. >> i like this kid. >> you're tough. what is -- i mean, come on. >> i know. i gave him some tough ones. some i didn't even not answers to some of them. >> with a name like alex topp, he will do great. >> he is doing the spelling bee today. good luck, alex. what's cool about yo
. again, trains are running between sacramento and davis. we'll go back outside check out the bay bridge commute where it is starting to look like a monday. you can see a backup on the outside lanes from about the 880 overcrossing. if you have fastrak, you're just rolling through with just a minor backup as you need to slow down as you head through the tollbooth. we'll check the rest of the commute 101 approaching mckee. no big problems for all of san jose. that is moving well in both directions of 101. and the san mateo bridge westbound traffic looking good approaching the toll plaza. it's more crowded now but no big delays at the pay gates on the right. traffic still doing okay across the bridge know foster city. keep in mind there is a water main break which has shut down the intersection of cal aroga outside southland mall. frank. >> thank you. >>> this just in. three people now under arrest this morning all in connection with a deadly nightclub fire in brazil over the weekend. the fire broke out early yesterday morning in the southern cit
, police took him into custody outside of his home on an outstanding warrant from sacramento county. this was for failing to show up yesterday on a joyriding charge. booking records confirmed the arrest. williams is supposed to appear in yolo county today for an assault charge involving a target store clerk. >>> prosecutors announced they won't file charges against a man who gave his girlfriend water spiked with chlorine. police arrested robert lockridge last fall at a nursing home. he told officers he bought the water online where it was sold as an alternative health product. the public defender says it was simply a misunderstanding. >>> 6:16. a volunteer effort helped keep the look its from going out at vallejo high school over the holidays. in recent years copper thieves have hit the school district over the christmas break when the schools were empty but this time, members of the site safety team were on patrol, some working on christmas day. and two of them caught a suspect. >> trying to grab some copper, be prepared to be caught. >> if yo
anderson was arraigned last week. and 21-year-old d'angelo austin was arrested in sacramento and is expected to be arraigned tomorrow. javier garcia's family left the courthouse today without making any comments. >> we're not absolutely sure that there aren't other suspects out there that will be apprehended, arrested in this case. >> reporter: sergeant kerry harris of the los gatos- montserrano police department says police cannot provide more information about the case because it is still under investigation. but court documents from 2006 obtained by the "mercury news" paint a picture of a millionaire businessman accused of questionable business practices and a sham divorce. >> the key for us is to make sure we exhaust every investigative lead before we start talking too much about the case. >> reporter: and the fourth and final suspect in the case at least arrested so far is expected to be arraigned here tomorrow afternoon. at this point, we do not know if three or possibly all four of those suspects will be tried together. reporting live in san jose, i'm mark sayre, cbs 5
, terry? i'll check. anything from sacramento? they have agents all over that switchyard. l. there are still a few digits unaccounted for. amita: these seven numbers, the letter "b" and 36. what caused the cajon pass accident? i think the ntsb report said that the engineer forgot to check the end-of-train brake system. i'm sorry, i've just been over the report-- a lot. i'm glad someone reads our work. well, 37 people died-- that's close to the 36 in the notes. no? seven numbers and a letter. i don't see anything linking h-bob to the cajon pass. david: maybe the link is indirect. wait a minute. california driver's license-- a letter and seven numbers. see if you can generate a list of licenses using all seven numbers and then check it against the ntsb files. right? right. the license belongs to frank milton, the cajon train engineer. he died in the crash. milton was deemed responsible for the accident. why would the saboteur leave a copy of frank milton's driver's license in his note? why bring attention to milton? well, look, he's the engineer during the cajon pass accident.
fee. >>> new at 5:00, sacramento may be losing their basketball team. the teams are reportedly in the process of selling the team to a seattle group. if the deal goes through, the kings would change to the sonics and move. >>> san francisco giants slugger barry bonds struck out with the baseball writers and it wean just bonds. for the first time since 1996, not one player was elected to the baseball hall of fame. bonds, roger clemens and sammy sosa were among players on the ballot who have been linke to steroid use. more from dennis o'donnell at 6:00. >>> disgraced lance armstrong will talk about the doping scandal for the first time in an interview with oprah winfrey. it's his first interview since being stripped of 7 tour de france titles in response to the doping allegations. in described as a no-holds- barred interview. she can ask whatever she wanted. it's expected to air a week from tomorrow on the oprah win free network. >>> we'll be right back. we'll be right back. >>> kids are excited about the possibility of snow. is it going to
grounded in the sacramento river. two days later he damaged a dock at the port of stockton. in may of 2010 captain kleess was supervising a trainee on a tugboat that hit the bottom at richmonds harbor. >> i don't think you can go through a career without having some interaction with the bottom or other vessels. >> the pilot passed an alcohol test. we're waiting for word on a drug test. he's on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. the department of transportation says >>> hybrid and electric cars will get a whole lot louder if the feds get their way. the department of transportation says the vehicles are just too quiet and that makes them a potential threat to bicyclists and pedestrians. so the feds just proposed a new rule that would require new green vehicles to be loud enough so you can hear them coming. >> the car is very quiet. you cannot hear anything. so you have some people when they're coming to try the car ask is the car on. >> how the feds say louder cars could prevent almost 3,000 accidents a year. >>> 2
the state, plan on rain into sacramento. 58 there. 58 in fresno. showers in the high country. snow level very, very high. our computer models showing rain moving into the bay area this afternoon, not heavy, .10" in the wet spots and quarter inch into the santa cruz mountains. that's about it. but it will be the best soaking we have had for some time so it will open up the pattern and clear out the atmosphere. temperatures in the 50s and 60s settling down on thursday and friday, come this weekend a slight chance of showers sunday into monday morning. >> the old storm door is open now. all right, thank you, lawrence. taking you outside, dry for now and right now we have no big accidents out there, nothing blocking lanes. so it's just overnight roadwork including this stretch of the nimitz freeway. this is 880 near the oakland coliseum. southbound 880 from fruitvale towards 66 around where this camera is you will find various lanes blocked. it's scheduled to wrap up in the next 15 minutes or so by about 5:00 so not causing much of a delay. it's sti
sacramento and stockton. we're told two officers were investigating a burglary when a man they were talking to shot them. one of the officers was killed. the other was not hit. the shooter also died although it's not clear who killed him. >>> police in sonoma county are now looking for a murderer after a man's body was discovered in the trunk of a car. 31-year-old sean parker's body was found last night near sonoma state university. parker was wanted for questioning in a domestic disturbance. the cause of his death is not released but officers say his death is a homicide. >>> a suspect drunk driver's body has been pulled from the corte madera creek nearly a month after he disappeared. on december 24, police stopped 23-year-old anthony donaldson for a dui. that's when he took off running jumped in the creek and vanished. someone spotted his body floating in the creek behind kent middle school last night. >>> in crockett this morning flames reflected off the water as fire destroyed a pier at the old building at loring and jackson. the fire is sus
sealed envelopes to sacramento this week hoping to win the contract it start building the state as high- speed rail system. the "mercury news" explains the contractors submit one package with their plans for the project, another sealed envelope contains their price. officials will first check the proposals and then open the envelopes containing the costs. >>> san jose state university is launching an online education pilot program. the program is small for now offering only three classes, entry level math, elementary statistics and college algebra. but governor brown says it's a big step toward a new future for higher education. >> the goal is to empower more people and to reach out to our students so they can graduate quicker so they don't carry this big load of debt on their backs for the next 25 years. >> the program is unique because of its low price, $150 a course. anyone can take classes even students who are not enrolled at san jose state. >>> online classes are on the agenda for this morning's uc regents meeting in san francisco. the "c
a customer in australia posted a picture showing that his sub was an inch shorter. a west sacramento man is one of several customers who even sued subway for misleading claims. >>> okay. this is an incredible survivor story that you have to see to believe. a new hampshire toddler is recovering from this, a colored pencil that went through her eye socket and about five inches into her brain. the little girl is extremely lucky. surgeons were able to remove the pencil, and amazingly, it didn't do any damage. >> there's no way you could plan to do something like that and have it happen. >> still makes me squeamish. doctors say she will make a full recovery. look at her! pretty amazing. >>> we are all things super bowl. the countdown clock is ticking. we are now seven days, 58 hours until kickoff of super bowl xlvii. and all week that we've been featuring your 49ers photos, here's the grotto family. this guy says he's been a fan since the 70's. he's in a picture with his girlfriend. and ophelia of fairfield says her son looks like colin kaepernick. wha
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